June 20, 2012


woohoooo!!! we're in the quater-finals already!!

so on this 21st june, we will have PORTUGAL vs CZECH REPUBLIC at Warsaw Stadium
referee : the famous Howard Webb (england)

on the 22nd june it will be GERMANY vs GREECE  at Gdansk Stadium.
referee : Damir Skomina (slovenia)

on 23rd june SPAIN vs FRANCE at Donetsk Stadium.
referee : Nicola Rizzoli (italy)

on 24th june we will have ENGLAND vs ITALY at Kyiv Stadium.
referee : Pedro Proença (portugal)

i have to say that the quater finals are pretty interesting with the teams in the last 2 games, as we can say that they are the giants in football history. so lets just wait and see then. its always full of surprise! :D


June 10, 2012

CANADA Formula 1 Grand Prix 2012 : race result

haha, another copy paste. im too sleepy. its 4 am.

Note - Maldonado qualified 17th, but dropped five grid places as penalty for an unscheduled gearbox change.

June 9, 2012

EURO 2012 route to final

above is the tournament map released by UEFA. its very interactive and very nice. the only thing i think should be improve is there is no match time included!!? or maybe i just don't find it. hihi. but i found other ways to know the time. i like the map though, different teams have different colour to distinguish their route with the other. thats  nice. and the whole thing is very organized as you can know the date of the match, which stadium they're playing at and which group they're in. its just awesome!! 

anyway, im with SPAIN this time! hehe. see you in the final!

CANADA Formula 1 Grand Prix 2012 : qualification result

im sorry guys, i just copies this from the website. im very sleepy right now. goodnight.
p/s : im pretty sad that kimi will start at P12. :(

11Sebastian VettelRed Bull Racing-Renault1:14.6611:14.1871:13.78416
24Lewis HamiltonMcLaren-Mercedes1:14.8911:14.3711:14.08722
35Fernando AlonsoFerrari1:14.9161:14.3141:14.15123
42Mark WebberRed Bull Racing-Renault1:14.9561:14.4791:14.34619
58Nico RosbergMercedes1:15.0981:14.5681:14.41125
66Felipe MassaFerrari1:15.1941:14.6411:14.46524
710Romain GrosjeanLotus-Renault1:15.1631:14.6271:14.64528
811Paul di RestaForce India-Mercedes1:15.0191:14.6391:14.70522
97Michael SchumacherMercedes1:14.8921:14.4801:14.81218
103Jenson ButtonMcLaren-Mercedes1:14.7991:14.6801:15.18224
1114Kamui KobayashiSauber-Ferrari1:15.1011:14.68821
129Kimi RäikkönenLotus-Renault1:14.9951:14.73422
1312Nico HulkenbergForce India-Mercedes1:15.1061:14.74818
1416Daniel RicciardoSTR-Ferrari1:15.5521:15.07821
1515Sergio PerezSauber-Ferrari1:15.3261:15.15621
1619Bruno SennaWilliams-Renault1:14.9951:15.17020
1718Pastor MaldonadoWilliams-Renault1:14.9791:15.23121
1820Heikki KovalainenCaterham-Renault1:16.26312
1921Vitaly PetrovCaterham-Renault1:16.48210
2017Jean-Eric VergneSTR-Ferrari1:16.60212
2122Pedro de la RosaHRT-Cosworth1:17.4928
2224Timo GlockMarussia-Cosworth1:17.90110
2325Charles PicMarussia-Cosworth1:18.2559
2423Narain KarthikeyanHRT-Cosworth1:18.330

CANADA Formula 1 Grand Prix 2012

Race details.

Race Date:10 Jun 2012
Circuit Name:Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
Number of Laps:70
Circuit Length:4.361 km
Race Distance:305.270 km
Lap Record:1:13.622 - R Barrichello (2004)

i wish kimi all the best for the qualification!

June 5, 2012

food that will possibly gives you heart disease and high blood pressure

Hai guys! this will be my first ever health post. so pardon the mistake and please do correct me. hihi.

so here i give you the 8 types of foods that are associated with a higher risk of heart disease and high blood pressure. we oftenly give more emphasize on eggs and coffee that belongs to a non-healthy diet. so here i present to you, the 8 other food that can actually cause heart disease and high blood pressure.


Women who eat a lot of foods rich in refined carbohydrate like white bread, pizza and rice are twice as likely to develop heart disease as women who eat few of those foods, according to a recent study from Italy. The increased risk seems to be associated with carbs that are quickly absorbed into the bloodstream rather than carbohydrates on the whole, say the researchers.


Choose unrefined (and therefore more slowly digested) whole-grain alternatives. Brown or wild rice, 100 percent whole-wheat bread and whole-wheat pizza crust are all good options.


While soup can be a great way to curb your appetite for few calories, choosing certain canned soups can be hazardous to your heart. An individual container of chicken noodle soup contains more than 1,700 mg of sodium, which is 200 mg beyond the recommended daily intake for people over 50, or those who have high blood pressure, diabetes or chronic kidney disease. (If you don't fit into those categories, your daily limit is 2,300 mg).
The reason? Too much sodium can accumulate in your blood, which increases your blood volume as well as the amount of work your heart has to do to keep up pressure in your arteries.


Homemade soup is ideal, since you control how much salt you add to the recipe. If you're pressed for time and can't take on a DIY cooking project, shop for low-sodium canned or boxed soups instead.


It may come as a surprise that both regular and diet sodas can be harmful to your heart. Regular pop is packed with added sugar — about 8 teaspoons per serving. The American Heart Association recommends no more than 6 teaspoons per day for women and 9 for men to prevent obesity, which can lead to heart disease.
And diet soda's a heart no-no too: A recent study found that people who drank a low-cal soda daily had a 61% increased risk of cardiovascular event compared with those who drank none.


If you like fizzy beverages, try seltzer with a squeeze of lime or orange. Or, sip unsweetened green or black iced tea — you'll get a boost of antioxidants and quench your thirst.


Homemade popcorn is one of my favorite foods. Not only is it a nutritious whole grain, it's also delicious and fun to eat. There is, however, an exception. Much of the microwave popcorn on the market is loaded with trans fats, the sneaky fats that raise your "bad" (LDL) cholesterol and lower your "good" (HDL) cholesterol. One popular brand of microwave popcorn packs as much as 5 grams per serving — the American Heart Association recommends limiting your trans fat intake to no more than 2 grams per day. Movie theater popcorn is notoriously heart-unhealthy as well.


Make it yourself! Popcorn is easy to make with healthful fats, or no fat at all — pop it on the stovetop, in an air popper or even on the microwave. For DIY microwave popcorn: place 1/4 c of kernels into a glass bowl, place the lid on tight and heat until the kernels stop popping (usually about two minutes).


Dairy foods like yogurt, milk and cheese can all be healthful additions to your diet — if you choose the right ones. The grams of saturated fat — the type that can raise your "bad" (LDL) cholesterol — can add up fast when you choose full-fat dairy. For instance, regular (full-fat) Greek yogurt has 7 grams of saturated fat per serving, while a cup of whole milk has 4.6 grams.


Go for nonfat or low-fat dairy choices. You'll get the same bone-building calcium and strengthening protein with little or none of the heart-unhealthy saturated fat. And in most cases you won't even notice the difference.


It may seem like a healthy on-the-go snack, but some store bought applesauces subtract one of the most nutritious parts of the fruit — the fiber-full skin — and add sweeteners and even artificial coloring. Too much sugar and not enough fiber can be a recipe for raising your cholesterol levels (and increasing your risk of diabetes).


There are nutritious versions of applesauce out there — you just need to know what to shop for. Double-check the label to make sure it reads "natural" or "unsweetened", and scan the ingredient list — apples and water should be at the top. For an even healthier version, try making a batch yourself. It's quick, easy and gives you control — you can leave the skins on the apples to add fiber, and decide for yourself if it needs any sugar at all (our bet is that it doesn't!).

    7.  PRETZLES

Pretzels usually seem like a healthier alternative to potato or tortilla chips. But that doesn't necessarily mean that they're a heart-smart snack. The two main ingredients of pretzels (white flour and salt) are devoid of nutrients and can put you at risk for high blood pressure and heart disease.


If it's a crunch you're craving, try sliced apples, baby carrots or a handful of almonds for a filling and healthy snack.

    8.  PIES

That flaky, golden-brown pie crust may taste like perfection, but the ingredients used to achieve that taste (butter or margarine, shortening, cream, whole milk) can be high in both artery-clogging saturated fat and cholesterol. And shortening that traditional dough recipes call for is high in dangerous trans fat.


If you're set on a fruit-filled dessert, try a fruit crumble instead. Crumbles keep all of the fruit but ditch the crust in favor of crunchy topping made of uncooked rolled oats, butter and brown sugar. Just go light on the butter and sugar and you've got yourself a sweet, heart-smart treat!

okay, so thats all i got. well you can refer here, medhelp website for more!